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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY. SEPTKMBER 2, THE BIGGEST LAUGHING SHOW ON EARTH -V ffOiftR soc, MATINEE: Adulls 50c, Children 25c All Reserved Seats Now Selling at Hedley Drug Co. FOR SALE- A gW to a inuld. Apply_Arllu .Castlo waltresB, once. tlood Cafe, Coalliurtt, ittress. Apply Lorraine rta. 282-6 -At once. Three fire Department. Apply to Chief Hardy, No. 1 Fire at once for the Independent School District. 3101. near New Dayton. Protestant district. 1C pupils. 6 grades. Further particulars, N. Seo- Wrcntlium, Alberta. i as apprentice. Apply Star Electric.'Co. 3th Street South. "class saleswoman for dry goods and ready-to-wear. position for capable woman. Apply to Clarke ft Co. l.ethbrldgo._ Miscellaneous i.v most new, ohcup. Apply lit 403 19th St. North, ____ __HiI Fl3K" Two aeconiniaml ears. One Ovorlanil and one Reo. Ilunlli Motor Co. _ _ __________ 8SM FOR 8ALK Gooii "piaiio for casb or on torniB. Apply 841 19lh St. N. FOR ivickur buby buggy In good condition.' Apply Herald. __ 31M FOR llolntzmau Piano. Prac- tically new. Chpap for Apply Mrs.' J.H." Wallace, 632 8th Street .South. 219-6 _ _ ____ FOR A double 'narrol Itemlng tou shut gun. 12 gauge. Also hunting coat and iluck decoys. 6S7 or call 1112 tkh 'Avenue S. 221-0' UseiPofsan in or- der. For quick sale Mason Risch, Ltd Ualmoral lllock, 5th St. S. 222-0 TOR Team of gcldTugsTT-yriC old; sound and In Rood condition. Weight 2.SOO. Apply J. K. Orum, 1252 Sixth Ave A. B 223-6 To.ni8htOnly Also Mutual Master De Luxe Edition JOHN DAVID'S CONSCIENCE Five Acts --Featuring Crane Wilbur. IIIIIMIMI. "The Empire "THE KING OF BO-LO-BOO ISLAND" THIS CONCLUDES A PROGRAM HARD TO EQUAL. FEATURING THE SOUTHERN COON SHQUTERS AND.ORIENTAL-.; DANCERS. SEE THEM IN THIS ENTIRE CHANGE Price 25c.' FIRST SHOW, 8.15; SECOND. SHOW, 9.45 1MPRFSC CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "The Count" POSITIVELY FIRST RUN I PRO GRAM for! MONDAY POSITIVELY FIRST RUN Also EDMUND BREESE In a Metro Wonderplay SONG OF A stenographer with sooil education. Permanent position, Apply Box .NOTICE TO have men on hand for harvest work Phone vour orders to J. llanis S Co.. Em- ployment Agents. I'lione 1412, Leth- bridge. _______________203-0 for rnilk- inz and deliverhiK milk. Steady posi- tion for right party. Xo floaters need apply. Will pay harvest wages for present or will hire by season or year after proving ability and worthiness. I'lione R 411, Box 510. Felger Co.. Ltd. "1-Q puce 'young man as general assistant mom and provis- ion store. Must be used to horses and have knowledge of meat business. M (Jlascow, Commerce, Alta. Phone :M' 206-0 WANTEDThree piiillters. Apply Star Paint 200-0 with from vl.000.00 capital to take a half in- terest in a manufacturers Agency for the whole Province of Alberta, .with office and warehouse at Lethbridge. I have the warehouse secured and have the agency for the whole of Alberta for sis 1C) of the leading manufactur- ers and jobbers of eastern Canada, lou do not require to IK a crackerjack t- FOR one bouse 8 i 12, cost ?85.00. one stable 14 x 22. hip roof, cost Both for cash A. E Humphries, ISO llth St., South__________________ FOR In good order. Fine mahogony case. Was 1500. For quick sale ?2SO. Mason Rlsch, Ltd. Ralniornl Block. 5th St. S. 222-0 FOR For the Irarm Barn, eleven head of work horses. All broke and In good shape for work. Phone 716. _ ____ FOR 500 Ibs. of Plymouth N. 550 foot twine. Price !2V4c. Apply B. S. Pawson. Sec. U. F. A., Couldale. phone R 704 FOH a bargaiii pries for cash. One 37-42 Aultman-Tuylor sep- arator. All belts, etc. in good shape. N.E. Sec. 19-7-19. Orval Dodds. May- butt P. O._____________________213-6 FOR rye seed, sacked or in hulk Grown on summer-fallow land. Writo or phone C. S. Noble. Nobleford. or through Rural, Leth- bridge. FOR 2f, il.p. sleam en- gine. Do for plow ur threshing rig. Heavy gears. Also eight bottom Cock- shutt-plow. Will sell very cheap. Near LeihbriciBe. Owner 1S22 N. Monroe St.. Spokane, Wash. -.221-6 LAST TIMES TONIGHT Jesse L. Lasjxy Presents the Popular Screen Star handle this proposition. Just ordinary brains will do, and the possibilities are unlimited.-Commissions in some- cases as high as 30 per cent. Address Box Herald-iOttlce. in'THE SOWERS' "SlTUATIOiSS WANTED "THEM WAS HAPPY DAYS" Scream a Splendid 5-Resl Paramount Drama, Descriptive of an Attempt by s Kussian-j Secret Society to Free the Serfs. All Interior Scenes are Replicas of the Russian Imperial Palace. Position as housekeeper. Experienced and excel- cook Apply between 6 and 8 in letter to HIS 2nd Ave. 215-0 FMPRESQ LAST TIME BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAYS Present VIOLET MESEREAU, Piquant Queen of the Screen in -the Oriental Masterpiece "BROKEN With Wm. Garwood, Kittens Rei- cherts and Typical Bluebird Cast. Splendors of ths Orient reveal- ed. sscrets of Chinatown disclos- ed! Secrets of the underworld, the mystery of the mandarin's .-garden, dainty darlings of the .Orient, i Sensational, thrilling, emotional. The most gorgeously beautiful photoplay ever created. A revela- tion in camera art. The'crowning Photoacting. take place Sept. 9th, has revived the rah about it. hut clever, snappy stuff Wk about them here whicb was very that leaves a very good impression widespread on the occasion of their LAND !-OK once. Uicycle suilahle for messenger. Must he in good run- ning order. Apply Mrs. C. Weatlcy. 951 7th St'A S. 223-2 and works up enthusiasm the' longer it lasts. FOR section. Iron Springs. Fine land, good water. Very cheap at per acre. Crop payments. Apply owner, .1222 3rd Aye. South._________ "FARM LANDS FOR last visit. Probably uever before in the history of this city have musicians I Thank goodness, "we have-with us rAmu met with such enthusiastic this evening" a-man who takes part, of section W Ition.aiid the news of their sensational in a musical skit who can sing. Mqstj Across road allowan, iTnita.i ciiatias hninf'thom iiict iifttrpi- n id; dnnee-7-but Collieries. Price OKaTf Ith M. who can sins Most! Across road allowance from Chinook i Liuu-ctiiu tiiu ucim >Ji t.n-n u jhli, n UU aiitg. -iiuoi. _ .n- An Will triumph in the United Slates will be i of 'them just paticr and; dance-f But Collieries. Price Jia.OO per acrr. hailed with pleasure by their admirers Ned Nestor, he really sings. The com- allow purchaser commission tor here edv- of the act is supplied by Chas. terms apply to Simmons 2101 jioore and the appearance of their 10th jitreet W.. sweethearts Is a trie-lite to tlieir LANlTpOR SALE' Well improved good they do get a taste j farmg. large or small tracts, 512 to "The with the ever-pop- I ot ihem. There songs and 'dances 535 per acre, snial! cash payment, long Peat Co., 10 Macdon- ald block. Lethbridse. OUiriailU "Tte n'ilh the ever-pop- I Of [hem. There songs and "dances 535 per acre, uiar actress, -Blancne Sweet, in the and funny stuff al [through the num- i terms. x. B. leading role, supported by a gslaxy ner and possibly it would' be a little block. L "s" di a lit- Henry Seton Mernman and arranged and costuraen :aim jibe struggle for political freedom in ahead of most of the turns we Russia. It is undoubtedly one of the been having in this Ime lately. trains, daily mails, close, to markets. most unusual "photodramas in which! _______----------- i Orchard garden poultry scenery, Hiss Sweet has ever appeared. In art-; -pnR's -To fishing, boating, thrifty plea- i didon to this great feature, a scream- THE WANT AJX PAGE OOES TO neighbors. Our choice lands 410 ingly funny Patue comedy. "Them REag EiRTjY ABS. FOU THIS i cash and 510 monthly without inter- Happy. will he shown. THI, est. Write fiutck for free informa- PAGE ML'ST Rp-Ch. THE West Frult bands At the Enipl'eSS OFFICE. BY ONE Q'CLOCW TO IN- i Company, Dept. E., Nelson, British .til llllj ur t iv-u. n I h 'Th next production ot tile regular SURE INSERTION ON THE SA-1E ColnmBia. I program .of the. Metro Pictures Cor-; j MAJESTIC PHONE 1722 ONE NIGHT ONLY SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER Sth. Welcome return engagement of I the world famous artists JAN MISCHEL IBNIAVSKf Violinist Pianist 'Cellist IN.A GRANO CbNCERT Mail: Orders New Receivafc-J2 Prices: -75c .50c What the Press Agents Say iporation trill be t'ue Popular Play land Players' picturizaiion of "The Song of a Wage fashioned i from tue vividly realistic poem of the same name, by Robert Service. Edmund Breese, the masterful (Irani-' actor will be seen in the stellar role, by an excellent cast. "The Scmtj of a Slave" will be shown at the Empress Theatre on Monday next. Charlie Chaplin T.vili appear in "The Count" on the holiday program. I At the Orpiieum I A recoil! breaking house greeted the Empire yiris last night in their change ;of program, "The King ol B6-Lo iioo To 'say the; was a riot ot'Iaughs ia. putting :t U is an oriental bill tirini' of comedy, catchy songs and nov- elty dances. The wardrobe is stun-, ni-Tuj. Govin and Murphy thy com- ediennes certainly know how to please air audience: not a'bit'oi comedy is j over done. T ho whole bill is fast; arid furious and on tho biff bang or-j dcr. .Miss Van Buskirk as the queen and Miss Groutly as the princess, take their parts admirably well. The Empire, girls will be at the Orpheum all next week and judging from past: will draw packed houses veok j VAUDEVILLE AT THE ORPHEUM ON MONDAY, One or the Calgary papers has this (to sa> about the urfch ap- pears at the Oroheum i It has happened on occasions when .FOR BILL PO S.TIN G DISTRIBUTION OF BOOK- LETS, CIRCULARS, ETC. SEE L. S. BROWN MAJESTIC THEATRE CITY PHONE 1722 YOU CAN GET GOOD PRINT- ING AT At (he Majestic pnhpK tli u tich at the there ie OOP particular number on a (Majestic iheatre on Monoa> next La vaudeville bill that lose out on bor Day, SenlemlJcr 4lh, for both mat-1 the ofjer tills week it is inee-aild ;night. .In construction it is not so. were put in good hum- absolutely And Us mam scenes Or h> the fine athletic turn of are so of ctlon. KB climaxes ao the three Bartos, nvlio, Jf tliej are not fence in aupprSses, America's loremosU a'hlpte? are 1.00 r muscular looKlng to dispute; it, aCt a little o' this and from Crawford arid Its are treateu after ini a pertcet mare of com (k yaa want to laugh without m terruptfon for two moral hours see "Charlm's A tin are for a mere vriiiK they lia.p a very also had a iittle 6" that Hrodsr'cK which also a very pal- here of Leoj laii Mlsthtl whicli is to'calWd U, without an> particular bur- TUc Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take of all orders. PHONE 125O The quality, is the Delivcreil, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TOM, LOADS DRAYING Of AH -Kiplrls Western Translfer Co. Limited. GRAZIN GLANDS I have 165f nfiea in tile beautiful Mary's Valley, five miles irom :lc I' C. A beautiful eontin- nous flowing stream of water runs through the center of the tract. 600 acres can he easily irrigated if desir- ed. Thousands of acres of open moun- tain range adjoins this land. There' are 1 two large log stables for 50 head of stock, good log buildings formerly used as logging camps. Suitable for dwelling houses. There are hog pens. i shop; wood- shed and several substantial out- buildings- Gravity water supply, can be piped to all parts of the premises. There is about two million feet of fine i saw timber on one end of this bkiance logged off. About 30 acres cleared and ready to plow. i per acre. per acre cash, balance 11) annual payments. Can reach the property from Lethbridge by auto1 mobiles. This is a beauty spot. For i further information apply Lund, phone. 51 C, P.O. Box 189, Letli- bridge. Alberla. Ad. V. Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY The land will support you and pay for itself. An immense area of the most fertile land in Western Canada for sala at low prices and easy terms i ranging from Sll to J30 for farm with ample lahdli from down, balance within twenty years. In irri- gation districts loan for farm build- i ings, etc., up to also repayable In twenty 0 fit cent. Privilege of paying In full at any time. Here is your opportunity to In- cresso your farm holdings by petting adjoining land, or secure your friends as neighbors. Tor Literature and par- Heaters tc. Allan Cameron, Gen'l of Landt. Desk 26, cf Natural Reioureet, G.P.R., WILSON 3KEITH, Local Agentt, Sherlock Building. Lithbrldgt. T. FOR' head of well bred cat- tle, heifers 1 to years old. Sorao with calf at foot. Steers I and years nd some choice young cows with jalves. Also springers and one gcod milch cow. Apply Sth Street S. Phone MISCEIAANEODS WANTS two ladles. Positions as cooks with rallauie threshing out- tit. Apply Box -IS, Herald. ._____Zggj furnished cottage. Convenient to C.P.R. station. South side preferred. W. F. Nelson Com- 416 5th St S. Phone 1214. I buy a Shot Gun. Re- peater or double barrel. State make, time in use and price. Box 2S. Herald. 221-4 borrow, Can give good security and will pay good interest for three veiirs. Box 4, Herald. 221-li borrow, for 3 or 5 years on quarter section of land and uine head of cows and heifers. Loan to be divided as follows: oit land, 5400 on cattle. Interest 10% per annum Land improved, Address Box 38, Herald. _______221-6 to come to Al- lerta. Will exchange fine 14 sec. 1 Dile from B.owman, N. D., county eat inhabitants. Water works, electric lights and high school. Main line Milwaukee R. R. All levsl plow land. Best of soil, fine corn, and stock country. Also all grains. 50 acres plowed. New house 14x24. 12 feet high. Prefer land in Lethbridge district. Cash price 535.00 per acre. Owner Box 542, Bowman, K.D. 222-6 TO RENT FOR modern eight- roomed house, 613 5th St. S. Apply C. W. Gray. 310 5th St. S._________219-6 ROOMS TO private house. Furnished or unfurnished. Light housekeeping privileges. Apply Box 1, Herald. WANTED TO of eight or nine rooms in first class condition. Centrally located. tenants. Reply Box 85 post office._____JJ64-0 FOR Avenue, corner Sixth St. S. Two roomed shack, water. per month. Possession Septem- ber 15th Apply owner, 1222 Urd A'e, South. 22W WANTED TO PURCHASE Have you anytinns for sale. I will pay casu for second-hand goods of any kind: Junk, copper, brass, lead, old rubbers, shoes, auto tires, horse hair. Cal! at 51. Moscovich, 2nd Hand Store, 716 3rd. Ave. S.. or phone 1457. 202-52 TO. furnished bedrooms in private home. No children. Also four room suite for housekeeping, with gas, partly furnished. Also seven room house. Modern. Apply 1264 4th Avenue S. 221-f, NOTICE I hereby give notice that I have pur- chased from Ixirenzo P. Tuff. Coal- hurst, Alberta, Lots 3 and 4 in Block 2605 A. L., Bridgend, together with the buildings thereon and that I am conducting a restaurant on the said property. LBB KEE. September 1. 1916. P. PROFESSIONAL CARDS SUPERFLUOUS HAIK SKAJVlROOINGr-Mlie Ki M. Holmei graduate oftR'o Vunnaylvaivui Orth- opaedic iiMUtiite.' Madlcal Musnugo and tirmnastlcs Bloc- Meal Vibratory and Therapeutic Light TreatKmits. ElcctrolyalE and Shampooing. ,'1'roatmonts given by appointment Boom 1. Hull Blk. MEDICAL SMITH